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Navy Frogmen (Pkg. of 3)

Navy Frogmen (Pkg. of 3)


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Classic Toy Frogmen Powered By Baking Powder Really Dive and Resurface

Remember cutting out cereal box tops and sending away for U.S. navy frogmen just like these when you where a child? This 1950s classic toy is back to the delight of a new generation. Powered by baking powder (not included), the frogmen dive and resurface on their own as they hunt for treasure, fight sea creatures, or whatever else your kids can dream up. Made of sturdy plastic. 3¼" tall. 3 U.S. navy frogmen per package. Ages 5 and up.

  • The perfect classic toy for the bathtub or pool
  • U. S. navy Frogmen run on baking powder
  • 3 Frogmen per package

Now your kids can experience the same deep-diving fun you did growing up with these 1950s-inspired U.S. frogmen powered by baking powder.

Navy Frogmen (Pkg. of 3)

Safety Warnings

Choking hazard small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Materials

Plastic

Care

Be sure to use Baking Powder (not baking soda). For ages 3 and over.

Sizing & Specifications
Origin

Manufactured In: China

Material - Country Of Origin: China

Navy Frogmen (Pkg. of 3) 4 5 2 2
fun in the tub You need a big enough body of water, so it's best at tubby time. They are cute and fun, but not exciting enough for older kids December 30, 2013
Christmas Secrets It was the mid-fifties when I began to save my quarter allowance and the cereal boxtops to acquire these frogmen for my younger brothers. i was so excited to have my own ideas, financed by me, as to what gifts to give them. I remember waiting until the cereal box was empty, cutting out the required boxtops, taping the necessary coins to a small bit of cardboard, and waiting, waiting, waiting for the mail. It was no easy task to wrap the frogmen individually in stiff Christmas paper taped along the edges, but my gifts were a success with my brothers as the little plastic men bobbed up and down in a pail of water. October 19, 2013
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